Inside the Making of Tory Burch’s Holiday Windows

by Aria Darcella
Holiday Windows

Tory Burch has joined the many boutiques to go all-out with their holiday windows this season. The brand recently unveiled installations at its Madison Avenue and Rodeo Drive boutiques, based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s book, The Little Prince. As fans know, The Little Prince was the inspiration behind Burch’s Holiday 2019 collection.

(Tory Burch)

Burch tapped lauded paper artist Timothy Paulmyers to bring her favorite book — and her Daydream print — to life. The impressive installation took weeks to complete, and features 3-D printed paper. The fox alone took a month, with multiple people working on it. Blending digital features with handmade elements, the result is a gorgeous window that is a fresh take on what holiday window dressing can be.

The displays will only be up until the end of the year, so be sure to see them while you can! In the meantime, check out the behind-the-scenes process of how the holiday windows came together:

As these windows may have reminded you, the holidays are fast upon us. That means gift giving! In a particularly fun twist, Tory Burch has teamed up with astrologer Susan Miller on a gift guide organized by the zodiac. See the complete guide, here.

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